OK!'s Fashion Week Blog: Herve Leger

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Sep. 14 2010, Published 11:00 a.m. ET

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Can’t make it to NYC for Fashion Week? Don’t worry, OK!’s got you covered! Today we headed over to check out Herve Leger by Max Azria’s runway show for a sneak peek at the designer’s spring collection and loved every minute!


SHOW: Herve Leger by Max Azria

WHEN: Sept. 14

WHO: Jessica Szohr, Leigh Lezark

FASHION: "Modern-day Marie-Antoinette" according to the program. The staple woven bandages this season were all in fashion week's most prominent colors on the runway: pastels, metallics, peaches, neutrals and blush with a hint of black. Corset dresses and layered ruffles. Sheer cap-sleeves, leather, lace and crochet fabric. Knee length and cut-out futuristic dresses. Black decals over a nude base. Skeleton-like inspired designs.

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BEAUTY: Makeup by Lisa Butler and the Temptu Pro Team: Very minimal with darker eye brows and dewy faces. Hair by Neil Moodie for Bumble and Bumble: tight ballerina buns with simple double head bands.

COLOR/ OVERHEARD: Jessica Szohr looked incredible in a black 3/4 sleeve tight cut-out Herve Leger dress with a messy ponytail. The sheer of her dress showed off her torso tattoo in script. She told OK! she's going to need a vacation after fashion week! (We feel ya girl!) A crazed fan ran up the Gossip Girl star before the show practically in tears to tell Jessica how much she loved her adding, "You are the most beautiful one on Gossip Girls! I love you. They should make the show just about you!"


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